Faculty of Psychology
At the Concert Hall of Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, the Center for Public Mental Health (CPMH) at the UGM Faculty of Psychology orchestrated a compelling art performance titled “A Visual Symphony for Mental Health” on Thursday, Feb 15. Collaborating with the Arts for Mental Health Advocacy (AMHA) network, this event represents CPMH’s commitment to advancing mental […].
The UGM Faculty of Psychology, through its Human Quality Development Unit (UPKM), convened a meeting with 63 representatives from various institutions, private companies, and state-owned enterprises to fortify collaboration. This event dubbed the Partner Meeting, welcomed delegates from institutions and UPKM partners, including the Indonesian Ministry of Transportation, the Board of Trustees of Hasanuddin University, […].
The Faculty of Psychology at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is excited to announce the commencement of admissions for new students into the Professional Psychology Education Program for the odd semester of the academic year 2023/2024.
As the new year unfolds, the tradition of crafting resolutions sweeps through the majority.
In its illustrious 59-year journey, the Faculty of Psychology at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has been a stalwart contributor across various realms of the tri dharma of higher education. This enduring commitment has left an indelible mark, propelling the advancement and refinement of psychological science, learning, practice, and services. The celebration of its 59th anniversary, […].
In a stride towards broadening collaborative horizons, Komatsu Indonesia, a leading heavy equipment manufacturer, seeks to deepen its partnership in education and research with Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM). This multifaceted collaboration encompasses human resources development initiatives, scholarship provisions, joint research endeavors, and the introduction of the heavy equipment giant to students. The commitment to this […].
Mlathi Anggayuh Jati, fondly known as Gayuh, stands tall among the 1,852 recent graduates celebrated at the UGM graduation ceremony on Nov.
Dr. Rahmat Hidayat, the Dean of the UGM Faculty of Psychology, opened the 59th-anniversary celebration of the faculty on Friday (November 17).
Minister of Public Works and Housing Basuki Hadimuljono recently attended his daughter’s graduation ceremony at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM).
Five UGM students have produced the MAHEZZA puzzle as part of an effort to address mental health issues in Indonesia. The UGM team consists of Yovanti Trifa Mivea, Ahmad Taufiq (Electronics and Instrumentation 2021), Apriana Vika Vikanbara (Management 2021), Muhammad Rizqi (Information Technology 2021), and Hemalia Happy Virginia Koeswardani (Psychology 2021).
The phenomenon of self-improvement books is burgeoning among early adult readers and college students.
For children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the childhood period can be challenging because they face significant difficulties in maintaining concentration, which affects their learning process.
Mothers with special needs children in Indonesia are often found in challenging situations because the role of childcare is predominantly placed on the mother. This situation is exacerbated by their children requiring special caregiving than typical children. The complexity of this situation intensifies for single mothers who have to care for their special needs children […].
A team of Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) students, through the Student Creativity Program in the Social Sciences and Humanities Research field, has researched the values and local wisdom in Pencak Silat to address adolescent delinquency.
The proliferation of live-streaming content on social media aims not only to attract followers but also to arouse the audience’s empathy by exploiting the poverty of content creators to profit from the gifts given by the audience. Such content is further perpetuated by the audience’s involvement in giving gifts or presents.
In the village of Namberan, located in the Karangasem District of Paliyan, Gunung Kidul Regency, there is an incredible natural resource–the thriving melinjo tree, also known as Gnetum gnemon, a native to Southeast Asia. Nearly every household in this village has melinjo trees in their yards.
TikTok has dominated social media in recent years. One unique attraction of the app is the freedom to express oneself through content. Additionally, with the gift feature, viewers can give gifts, essentially monetary donations, to content creators.
A UGM student team conducted a social project to serve the community at the Bina Siwi Orphanage in Yogyakarta. The team sought to change the inclusive perspective of children with disabilities by creating a space for expression through dance and music.
People living in the Gunung Halimun National Park area still hold onto the customs and traditions passed down by their ancestors. However, they adapt to the changing times by utilizing various technological advancements, such as local television channels that showcase the community’s daily activities and internet networks.
Social media has become a primary necessity in people’s lives, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic.
In commemoration of World Mental Health Day on October 10, 2023, the Center for Public Mental Health (CPMH) at the UGM Faculty of Psychology organized a series of activities for the public. The activities, under the theme “Mental Health for All,” were designed to raise awareness and mental health literacy among the Indonesian population.
The phenomenon of “barcode,” or deliberately harming oneself using a sharp object to cut themselves in parallel lines, resembling the barcode on a product, is gaining attention among experts.
UGM students have studied the psychological conditions of multi-platform online motorcycle taxi drivers in Yogyakarta.
Generation Z comprises individuals aged between 8 and 23 years old. Currently, they make up 27.94 percent of Indonesia’s total population.
The relationships among employees have undergone significant changes in recent times. Initially, relationships were built through face-to-face interactions in traditional teams.
Dr. Thomas Dicky Hastjarjo, a professor at the UGM Faculty of Psychology, passed away on Thursday (3/8) at 00:36 AM at Panti Rapih Hospital at 67. The late professor’s body was buried at the UGM family cemetery in Sawitsari after a funeral ceremony at the UGM Central Building on Friday (4/8).
Media often conveys popular psychological misconceptions, for example, that total retrograde amnesia can occur through head trauma or paranormal abilities such as Extra Sensory Perception (ESP). These misconceptions are often repeated, making them familiar and leading to error-based assumptions.